In 1990 Telecommunications Engineers were filling roles both as electronic engineers, communications engineers or software developers as well as in management positions
Graduates have the capacity to manage companies and direct and execute Telecommunications Engineering projects, including: -Communication systems: wired and wireless, optical fibre. -Computer networks, Internet, local area networks (Ethernet, Wi-Fi). -Voice networks, video distribution and television streaming, P2P, mobile networks. -Security in communication networks: encryption, user authentication, digital signatures. -Radio navigation, global positioning systems (GPS). -Information processing: encoding, compression, error correction, image recognition, video clip -recognition, voice recognition, voice generation. -Electronic components and circuits: microprocessor devices (routers, switches, ...), sensors, actuators, transducers. -Technology and electronics, analogue and digital electronic instrumentation, medical electronics, consumer electronics, control systems, robotics, automation. -Bioengineering applications, telemedicine, e-commerce, sensor networks, cloud computing.